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Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted

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Jason S.

04-20-2014 18:46:47
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I got it mounted after I made some mounting brackets. I must say that mounting that picker ranks right up there with water board torture, but I got it mounted and picked some corn with it this evening.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z57Rd5U6inw&feature=youtube_gdata_player

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WVyc7iBjc4&feature=youtube_gdata_player




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maxwell99

04-24-2014 05:50:19
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Jason S., 04-20-2014 18:46:47  

Jason,
these old mounted pickers are a trip.
I have an old John Deere 100, built in 1948, semi-mounted picker set up to work on my TO-35.

a lot going on around you, but at least the old john deere has a trail wheel and a side wheel to help carry the load.

from my experience, if I had to buy another one row picker, I would look for a pull type picker, New Idea or John Deere brand, as it would have less weight on the tractor.

good luck and be safe these old machines can be very dangerous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Brent, IN

04-21-2014 13:38:33
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Jason S., 04-20-2014 18:46:47  
The links worked perfectly for me but I use a Mac computer. Not much of a PC fan.



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Bob (Aust)

04-21-2014 13:31:41
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Jason S., 04-20-2014 18:46:47  
Both Youtube links work for me.

Bob in Oz



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Tony in Mass.

04-21-2014 08:15:09
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Jason S., 04-20-2014 18:46:47  
yo Jason yo! R U 'ferguson farming'? I just searched youtube under 'ferguson corn picking'... and got a tractor seat view of a lot of a lot noise and last year's standing corn.. only found one video tho....



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Jason S.

04-21-2014 08:19:34
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-21-2014 08:15:09  
Yep...that is me Tony.



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Jason S.

04-21-2014 08:22:19
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Jason S., 04-21-2014 08:19:34  
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See if these links work. The videos aren't great because I had to use my cell phone to shoot it. Thats why you only get a quick shot of it actually picking because I was trying to drive, work the lift and shoot it at the same time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WVyc7iBjc4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z57Rd5U6inw



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Tony in Mass.

04-21-2014 09:45:25
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Jason S., 04-21-2014 08:22:19  
I put you in as a subscription on you tube. So now you got to make more videos. You have a fan club!!
That mower looks dumber than my feo-20&1/2 hay mower.
I thought you said you were getting a '4 row' mounted picker.... that's the trouble with cell phones! That's why I needed to see a picture of that set up! So it's a one row on the right, and being a picker, you aren't hauling around a wagon full of chopped up wet heavy leaves and stalks, so now I will agree a 20 will handle the job just fine! Better than some dumb oll dorF- right 2 tractors?

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Jason S.

04-21-2014 10:42:39
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-21-2014 09:45:25  
I won't say it handles it just fine, that picker weighs 1700 pounds. That is a lot of weight hanging on the side of a TO-20. There is no wheels to support it. I am about done picking one field but the next field will be fun to pick. It's on a hillside and the picker will be on the down hill side.



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Tony in Mass.

04-21-2014 08:06:04
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Jason S., 04-20-2014 18:46:47  
Yeah, something"s wrong with the links Jason, unless it is so butt ugly you don"t really want us to see. I find it impossible to link anything since I got windows 8. A few years ago with windows xp, I could do all sorts of neat things quickly, not no mo..



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2tractors

04-21-2014 17:34:16
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-21-2014 08:06:04  
ME TOO Toonee, it was much easier.



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s19438

04-21-2014 11:20:47
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-21-2014 08:06:04  
I hate windows 8 which we have. win 7 XP version was a dream compared to the 8 nightmare.



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don hooks

04-21-2014 08:46:06
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-21-2014 08:06:04  
Sure are a lot of moving parts but she seems to be doing what she was designed to do. I agree totally with the comment about Windows 8. I have to make about three times as many "input" gestures than I should to accomplish anything. I wish some startup software company would offer support for XP - I would pay for that.

Don



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s19438

04-21-2014 06:17:02
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to Jason S., 04-20-2014 18:46:47  
if I cope/paste your links all I get is your original post .
what gives ????



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Richard L

04-21-2014 10:11:22
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 Re: Here ya go Tony. I got the Ford corn picker mounted in reply to s19438, 04-21-2014 06:17:02  
When I copied and pasted the first links he posted it took me right to his youtube site.



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